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The Big French Lessons Quiz

Trivia about the language of France

Spoken by over 220 million people, French is one of the most widely spoken languages worldwide. And alongside English, is one of only two languages that is taught in every country in the world. Whether you are looking to brush up on your knowledge or think you have what it takes to answer all the questions correctly, the Big French Lessons Quiz is perfect for you.

French is an official language in 29 countries, such as France, Belgium, Canada, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Congo, Mali, Senegal, and it is spoken on every continent. It is the European Union’s fourth most widely spoken mother tongue. The number of French speakers is expected to reach 700 million by 2050, mostly in Africa. We’ll explore this and more in the Big French Language Quiz.

Have you ever thought you’re more fluent in French than you actually are? The Fantastic French Language Quiz will help you find out. Whether you’re an English speaker who wants to improve your understanding of the language or a French speaker living in an English-speaking country, this quiz will test whether your knowledge of the language is still as good as it once was. Are you ready?

Do you know all the French words? Test your knowledge of the language in this quiz. From Paris to Marseille and from la vitrine to le pot-au-feu, you’ll be tested on words, phrases and spellings. Put your knowledge of French to the test – take our Fantastic French Language Quiz!

Let’s see how much you know about this fascinating language by taking the Big French Lessons Quiz now.

  • Question of

    What is the French term used for a socially awkward or tactless act?

    • Faux pas
    • Soiree
    • Vivre
    • Plume
  • Question of

    What is the French term used for knowing how to respond appropriately to any situation?

    • Savoir-faire
    • Nouveau riche
    • Mon dieu
    • Faux pas
  • Question of

    What French term is used to describe those whose wealth has been acquired either within their own generation or that of their parents?

    • Nouveau riche
    • Mon dieu
    • Faux pas
    • Je ne sais quoi
  • Question of

    Which of these English phrases has the closest meaning to “mon dieu”?

    • My goodness
    • Many thanks
    • My day
  • Question of

    The phrase “haute couture” means what?

    • High fashion
    • In the same place
    • A large hat
    • What will be will be
  • Question of

    What is a canapé?

    • Finger food
    • Tent
    • Bird
    • Card game
  • Question of

    What is the correct meaning of a consommé?

    • Clear soup
    • Computer
    • Companion
    • Customer
  • Question of

    What is the French term for food that has been ground, pressed, blended and sieved?

    • Purée
    • Consommé
    • Canapé
    • Couture
  • Question of

    What does “À la carte” mean?

    • According to the menu
    • Outside picnic
    • Food trolley
    • Plague victim
  • Question of

    What is an “aide-mémoire”?

    • Memory aid
    • Bedroom furniture
    • Carved artwork
    • Secretary

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